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Crossroads of Freedom III

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  • 1. Beginning Of The End
    • The North Virginia Army lost many of its officers. The Confederates disdained Maryland after this battle.
    • 2. The North felt the war had shifted in their favor.
    • 3. Lincoln decided to deliver the Emancipation Proclamation.
    • 4. Europe had been close to mediation on behalf of the South, but after Antietam they backed away for good. However, France did try for a while to persuade England and Russia to help the South and restore the cotton shipments.
  • Beginning Of The End
    • The Emancipation Proclamation announced a new war aim that foreshadowed universal emancipation.
    • 5. Britain now adopted pro-Union resolutions. The anti-slavery position gave the United States a substantial foothold in Europe.
    • 6. Lincoln suspended the writ of habeas corpus and authorized military trials for rebels and their abbetors.

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